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huddle

US [ˈhʌd(ə)l]
UK ['hʌd(ə)l]
  • n.(尤指杂乱地)挤在一起的人(或物品、建筑)
  • v.(通常因寒冷或害怕)挤在一起;缩成一团
  • Web拥挤;蜷缩;挤作一团
Simple Present:huddles  Present Participle:huddling  Past Tense:huddled  
huddle
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v.
1.
[i]
~ (up/together) (+ adv./prep.)
(通常因寒冷或害怕)挤在一起to gather closely together, usually because of cold or fear
We huddled together for warmth.
我们挤在一块取暖。
They all huddled around the fire.
他们都聚集在火堆周围。
2.
[i]
~ (up) (+ adv./prep.)
(通常因寒冷或害怕)蜷缩,缩成一团to hold your arms and legs close to your body, usually because you are cold or frightened
I huddled under a blanket on the floor.
我在地板上盖着毯子缩成一团。
n.
1.
(尤指杂乱地)挤在一起的人(或物品、建筑)a small group of people, objects or buildings that are close together, especially when they are not in any particular order
People stood around in huddles.
人们三五成群地到处聚集着。
The track led them to a huddle of outbuildings.
那条小路把他们带到了一片杂乱拥挤的棚子。
2.
队员靠拢(磋商战术)a time when the players gather round to hear the plan for the next part of the game
IDM
get/go into a huddle (with sb)
凑近(某人)说悄悄话;交头接耳to move close to sb so that you can talk about sth without other people hearing

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